Bayly (TV series)

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Created by Spanish Broadcasting System
Directed by Jaime Bayly
Presented by Jaime Bayly
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) Spanish
Location(s) Key West, Monroe
Running time 60 min. (with commercials)
Production company(s) Spanish Broadcasting System
Distributor Mega Tv
Original network Mega Tv
Picture format HDTV 1080i
First shown in September 6, 2006
Original release September 6, 2006
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Bayly is a late-night talk show hosted by Jaime Bayly on Mega TV in the United States.


The show debuted on September 4, 2006 as a monologue in which Jaime Bayly discussed politics and interviewed international celebrities.

He has railed against  Cuban president Fidel Castro, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and other Latin American politicians in order to attract a Hispanic audience in the United States.

In 2008 the show won the Suncoast regional Emmy, in the category of "Talent camera commentator and editorialist".[citation needed]

In July 2009, the host did not renew his contract with Mega TV , and the program was cancelled .

In October 2010 Raul Alarcón called Jaime Bayly to return to WSBS-TV /Mega TV with the same show, but with a new concept : stage and celebrity interviews. He suggested that they set aside their political differences.[citation needed]

Since July 2011 the show has been distributed by NTN 24 in DirecTV for Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile and Peru by Cablevision for Costa Rica and Sky to Mexico.


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